The borough council's Heritage Service manages two sites:
- a beautiful medieval building which houses rich and eclectic collections and changing exhibitions; and
West Stow - a stunning recreation of an Anglo-Saxon village with extensive indoor galleries, all surrounded by a 52 hectare country park.
The borough also has a variety of heritage sites including Museums, art galleries, and theatres, several of which are supported in different ways by the Heritage Service.
The St Edmundsbury Chronicle 2000 – a history of the St Edmundsbury area from the beginning of man to the present day.
Chronicle 2000 began as a personal millennium project for the author David Addy, but he found that the task needed to be greater than a list of dates, and so the project expanded and is still being refined and amended in 2013. The intention was to emulate the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, using current English, but bringing the story right up to date for the administrative area of St Edmundsbury Borough Council, in the west of Suffolk.
Visit the The St Edmundsbury Chronicle 2000 website